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Hey, we got passed the 'negative energy' barrier, it was completely impossible before, now it's just practically impossible. We probably won't live to see it, unless we stop the oxygen apocalypse (cure aging), but it's still cool to think it's one day something we will figure out and conquer mathematically.
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I hope for the day quantum mechanics becomes intuitive like classical newtonian mechanics. There is so much we have no answer as to why, we just know what is.

We can manipulate it now, like they did with Newtonian physics centuries before us, but you can’t start creating with something you don’t understand. When/if we ever get there with quantum physics will be the catalyst to massive breakthroughs.

First step to that is quantum computers imo. Kinda weird that we can manipulate quantum physics using the mathematical equations to build computers that will be able to simulate quantum systems, thus, help us explain them.
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What's everyone's' thoughts about Rocky Mountain allegedly owing Baggett around 900k?
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He's just asking for handouts.
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m121c wrote: Mon May 17, 2021 12:38 pm I hope for the day quantum mechanics becomes intuitive like classical newtonian mechanics. There is so much we have no answer as to why, we just know what is.

We can manipulate it now, like they did with Newtonian physics centuries before us, but you can’t start creating with something you don’t understand. When/if we ever get there with quantum physics will be the catalyst to massive breakthroughs.

First step to that is quantum computers imo. Kinda weird that we can manipulate quantum physics using the mathematical equations to build computers that will be able to simulate quantum systems, thus, help us explain them.
Yeah, quantum mechanics is definitely not satisfying. It feels like there should be something less complicated underneath it. Something like pilot waves. Only thing is it's hard to see how pilot waves, or any hidden variable theory, could satisfy entanglement.
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I'm getting back into the game again after not playing since 2016, what are some good tracks ive missed ?
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Toni Bou is amazing. I wonder what he could have done in motocross.

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jlv wrote: Wed Jun 02, 2021 1:48 amToni Bou is amazing. I wonder what he could have done in motocross.
I want to see him stay standing on the pegs on a MotoGP bike and really back it into a hairpin! He has speed skater legs. Here's my intro to trials. A night and day difference!

P.S. Hanging out in the Hill's garage was surreal! Just chatting up Sheeny and Bink with The General, Skrany, Raha and others milling about. Oh ya! I also clinked beers with Ronnie Mac. Big Hill Jam needs to become an annual event with more capacity for sure!
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TeamHavocRacing wrote: Mon Aug 02, 2021 4:27 am P.S. Hanging out in the Hill's garage was surreal! Just chatting up Sheeny and Bink with The General, Skrany, Raha and others milling about. Oh ya! I also clinked beers with Ronnie Mac. Big Hill Jam needs to become an annual event with more capacity for sure!
What's going on with Justin Hill? Is there any more racing in his future?
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Welp, he was deputy Hill for a sec. He still has some Hondas without livery and was attacking the hill and minis track like he never skipped a beat! He could be knitting champion next if you asked me. He's a frickin' Renaissance man! Josh is having the best post-career since Jimmy Carter! Tons of footage coming.
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I'm not one to get sappy with celebrities but this one hits me so different. My humor is basically built around WKUK and what they did. Getting to watch them come back and start doing content again during quarantine has been so much fun. It doesn't feel real, not like someone I've never met died but someone I got to hang out with once a week.

RIP Trevor Moore

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Very sad. I owe Trevor for a lot of awesome moments laughing with friends - definitely including you.
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R.I.P. Trevor. I've finally emerged from the dank, dark editing suite and have released this banger into the wild....

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TeamHavocRacing wrote: Sun Aug 08, 2021 2:14 pm R.I.P. Trevor. I've finally emerged from the dank, dark editing suite and have released this banger into the wild....

you where out at big hill jam? I was there racing it ahah
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Wilson156 wrote: Tue Sep 07, 2021 5:59 pmI was there racing it ahah
What were you racing? Minis? That was the one event we kinda missed while sheltering in Monte's garage. It was pretty hot! How'd you do?
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